Minivans powered by alternative energy sources may still sound like a thing of the future, but Chrysler is pushing forward to make them a reality. In partnership with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), Chrysler has been delivering Town & Country plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) around the country.
Chrysler’s Drive for the Kids™ program is in its 20th year of helping raise money for schools nationwide. Through partnerships with local schools and Chrysler dealerships, we’ve raised over $3.5 million. The program is simple: a participating school earns money every time someone test drives a 2012 Chrysler Town & Country at their local Drive for the Kids event. Now we’re giving you the chance to WIN a Town & Country by playing the Think Fast Challenge.
The 2012 Chrysler Town & Country is the ultimate family vehicle – and the ultimate value. That’s why we’ve spent the past month delving into how we’ve engineered the latest iteration of our legendary minivan to satisfy everyone in the family – mom, dad, the kids, and the checkbook.
A road trip in a 2012 Chrysler Town & Country Limited is an immensely comfortable ride with technology features and entertainment options for everyone. Second- and third-row DVD players will occupy the kids’ attention for hours on end, and because they’re using wireless headphones, mom and dad can drive without distraction. At some point, the whole family will want in on some good old fashioned game time, so we’ve chosen a few of our favorite games that you can play on your family road trip.